Engineers at Echodyne have enhanced the capability of small radars for military applications such a counter-UAS [uncrewed aircraft system]. In a podcast I did with Tom Driscoll, co-founder and CTO of Echodyne, he and I discussed how his team’s metamaterials electronically scanned array (MESA) radar system does things that traditional active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar systems cannot, the company’s unique business model, and how it leverages commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components like Xilinx FPGAs [field-programmable gate arrays]. Tom also shared details about his background in metamaterials and how he once designed an RF invisibility cloak using them. Edited excerpts follow.
TAMPA, Fla and KIRKLAND, Wash. Services provider OWT Global and radar-platform company Echodyne announced a strategic relationship under which they will develop and bring to market next-generation situational awareness solutions across OWT Global’s portfolio.
Leveraging metamaterials for radar designs, engineers at Echodyne are enhancing the capability of small radars for applications such a counter-UAS [uncrewed aircraft systems] in military applications. In this podcast with Tom Driscoll, Co-founder and CTO of Echodyne, he and I discuss how his team’s metamaterials electronically scanned array (MESA) radar system does thing that traditional active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar systems cannot, their unique business model, and how they leverage commercial-off-shelf (COT) components like Xilinx FPGAs.
LONDON. It's been four years since I was last here, having missed the first event post-COVID in 2021, but I found this year’s DSEI the best one I’ve attended in terms of activity among embedded electronics suppliers, success in terms of our daily newsletter from the show, and the most smooth experience I’ve ever had in terms of getting to and from the show each day.
KIRKLAND, Wash. Echodyne announced that Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC), the prime contractor for the $191 million dollar indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for the U.S. Army’s Security Surveillance System (SSS) program of record has received its first order for Echodyne radars to be used under the SSS program.
SEATTLE. Radar platform company Echodyne has been chosen to supply its radars to Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC), the prime contractor for the $191 million, five-year U.S. Army’s Security Surveillance System (SSS) program of record.
AUSA ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION -- WASHINGTON, D.C. Radar platform provider Echodyne announced its new EchoShield line of midrange radars aimed at a wide variety of defense, government, and commercial use cases.